Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on February 16, 1953 · Page 12
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Labor Shifts Goal To Revision of T-H Law BV JAMES MARLOW ' WASHINGTON — (#) — Through the last four years of the Truman administration organized labor refused to settle for anything less than full repeal of the Taft-Hartley Act, which was passed by a Republican-run congress in 1947. ' But President Eisenhower was elected on the Republican platform which would go no further than offering some unspecified changes in T-H. Facing reality, organized labor has stopped talking outright repeal and is trying to settle for some changes in the controversial labor relations statute. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 17 • ENTERTAINMENT • FUN The changes which labor wants are, in view of some, the same as wanting full repeal. For example, the AFL and CIO want one of the most important and most controversial parts of the act dropped. Injunction Target That is the 80-day injunction provision by which the government, through a court order, can stop for 80 days a strike which it declares would affect national welfare. For most of American history— until 1932— thtre was no law preventing an injunction against a • REFRESHMENTS GORD 'IT BOB'S GORDY DEMPSEY BOB GALLAGHER 220 W. Fir*f S*. Formerly the "Paddock" strike. In 1932 congress passed the Norris-LaGuardia Act. That for the first time put a ban on such injunctions. Labor's immunity to strike injunctions lasted 15 years, since T-H in 1947 gave the government, at least, the right to step in. Labor unions have never stopped protesting. Question Unsettled Yet, even if congicss listened to organized labor and eliminated the injunction, the basic question would not be settled. It would come up again if a country-wide strike some time in the future was declared a threat to the national welfare. The continuing question for the government, now and in the future, in dealing with labor and management must be: How to let both sides have the maximum freedom, with a minimum of government interference, and still protect national welfare. jjj^ — -■■ , mil up Galena Ave. — Phone 2-961 1 j Penivey's FATHER DIES HOLLYWOOD W— Peter Law-ford's father, Lt. Gen. Sir Sydney Lawford, who once objected to his son's acting in movies but later not only approved but did a bit of acting in them himself, died yes terday. He succumbed at 87 after a relapse of flu. Peter, notified of the death, was reported flying home from a visit to Honolulu. New Rules MEXICO CITY m— New rules for faces went out to Mexico's soldiers today: If beards are worn, they must be short enough not to cover collar insignia. DR. N. B. PODORNEY Chiropractor PHYSICAUHERAPY RONDO Best-bet-buy for sewing everything from cheery curtains to dresses for yourself, your little girls! See Rondo now in new, tiny florals... calicos... clever novelty designs. So many to choose from, right now, at the start of the season ! 39 yard Checks, Plaids, Woven.Ginghams 69c yd. Checks, Stripes, Sanforized Sport Denims . .69c yd/ Needle 'N' Thread Broadcloth Prints 49c yd. Wise Tip! Save on Notions Needs at Penney's! fWon't thrink more thin 1%. Debate Role of Queen's Husband In Coronation LONDON OB-Quccn Elizabeth II and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, will have to decide soon what role is to be played by the Queen's husband at her coronation June 2. There is no sure guide, in precedent or law, to what the consort of a reigning queen should do. The archbishop has the authority to decide, for he will be in supreme charge of the ceremony at Westminster Abbey. But he will listen to the suggestions of the Queen and it seems probable her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, will also be consulted. It generally is expected the duke will take an important but not an overly conspicuous part in the ceremony. It is likely he will have his own place in the procession inside the abbey and that he may be the first of all her subjects to do homage. Velde., Carey Tangle Over Red-Hunting WASHINGTON — Oft — Chairman Velde (R-Ill) of the house un-American activities committee called for stiffer laws to combat Communism Sunday. But James B. Carey, secretary-treasurer of the CIO who argued with Velde on a nationwide broadcast termed the lawmakers' investigation mere "headline hunting." Carey said the threat can be met under present laws and through regular intelligence agencies with "more facts and less non- The debate was held on the NBC television program "American Forum of the Air." Velde said he expects future congressional inquiries to lead "to the same places as in the past," to reveal "the mistakes Democratic ad- INSIST ON WHY? Remember These Things! ^Natural Smoothness ^Genuine Good Old Fash. Flavor i^Fresh Cream - Premium Quality i^Grade A Milk Solids WE INVITE COMPARISON WITH ANY BRAND ANYWHERE €nM;ti|l»lidliMM=HiHslii» * PURE * RICH * HEALTHFUL "Serve It and You Please All" The Dixon Evening Telegraph— Dixon, Illinois Page 12 • Monday, February 16, 195c ministrations have made In the last 20 years." Velde said some congressmen feel that Carey himself has been unable to combat Communism effectively in his union becouse of reported former connections with Red fronts. Carey said he had visited Mos cow several times and recently ap plied tor a visa to go again. He said "we want to know what this animal (Communism) is all about." Carey disclaimed any affiliation with organizations Velde named. ufcz Famous Alaskan Volcano Erupts ' KODIAK. Alaska W)— Famed Mt. Katmai on the Alaska Peninsula, quiet for 41 years, blew its celebrated top late Sunday in a major eruption that sent a column of smoke towering 30,000 feet into air and started filling nearby valleys with ash. There was no immediate word whether any villages in the primitive and sparsely populated area were threatened. Fog is a cloud at ground level. See f he difference Feel the difference costs you VlHwmSrraHl^F nothing extra ^VN|(| ZYdayTNU MAKES IN YOUR CLOTHES \ 0dve*sed \ Have All Your Clothes, Drapes and Slipcovers Gleaned the Exclusive Money-Saving , . . lou can pay more but you cant buy better Fortfometle Drive, «rhr>4 ihUwoll tires optional at extra cott. Equipment, acc«-series end trim ivb|ea) to thong e without not'**. 9a S3MJJID EVAR SWANSON CO. They Will Look A Like New After Sta*Nu! DeLUXE Cleaners « Tailors - Hatters -- Clothiers 311 First Street Dial 2-0711 WORTH MORE when i/oubui/ it, WOIffllMOBE w/wn you sell it! Its 41 "Worth More" features offer you a whole new standard of driving! No Ford ever held a greater promise of long-lived value than this sparkling new 1 OSS Ford. Look what you get! You get road-ruling "Go" in Ford's V-8 and Six engines. You get Ford's new Wonder Ride for a new concept of riding comfort on all roads. In Ford's quality design* Crestmark Body you get "living" room that's the finest, most comfortable in the low-price field. No wonder they're calling this '53 Ford the New Standard of the American Road! SEE IT. . . VALUE Ct-lECkC IT. . . TEST DRIVE it! | The 1953 FORP Yh the new ShrAXPARP of the AMERICAN RoAP | ONE-PIECE CURVED WINDSHIELD, ont-piace car-wide rear window phi big picture window! give you Full-Circle Visibility. CENTER-FILl FUELING permits gat filling from either side of pump. Shorter fill pipe gives trunk space for an extra suitcase. KEY-RELEASE DECK LID Is mount, counterbalancing hinges to open moticolly when you turn the key. i on NEW WONDER RIDE is a perfect blending POWER-PIVOT PEDALS are suspended from of advanced '53 Ford ride features like: above to eliminate dusty, drofty floor new spring and shock absorber action, holes and to operate easier. / FOAM RUBIER CUSHIONS OVER NON-SAC SPRINGS are on both front and rear seats for greatest riding comfort. AUTOMATIC POWER PILOT gives you high-compression "Go" on regular gall featured on both V-8 and Six. SHIFT TO F0RD0MATIC— and you'll never shift again. It's the finest, most versatile automatic drive ever produced. CHOICE OF V-t OR SIX ENGINES — 110-h.p. high-compression V-8 O' 101-h.p. low-friction, high-compression Six. 22 Killed BENEVENTO, Italy W— Exci* sivc speed, blamed on faulty brakes, hurled the Bari-Naples Ex- rcss oif the track here sunaay, killing at least 22 persons. Eighty were injured. 23 serioui- ly. All casualties were Italians. a ..«,...«» siivvpv indicates that 18.135,000 U. S. families serve wine vhen entertaining guests ana zts.- 374,000 do not. RADIO REPAIRS We Carry Replacement Part* for 'Prompt Service WAYNE WOLFE, d.b.a. Barriaqe Appliance Store 111 E. 1st St. Ph. 2-8711 dE£E> NOW Open 5 p.m. - Starts 5:30 Bargain Hour 5 - 6 LAUGH-HAPPY, LOVE-HAPPY \\\ MUSICAL,!jMi^. ' FOUYBEPGEN ■saux itimt 'ftQ f niKiEnFf! ^ ran uon jtfjk r^F^KU^E^SIollLVERS ALSO— COLOR CARTOON Features— 5:55-8:00-1 0:00 LOOK! Coming Thursday Dixon's Own Movie Star RONALD REAGAN In His Latest Hit "TROPIC ZONE' Now Playing Open 5 p.m. - Starts 5:30 As Timely as Today's Newspaper SPECTACULAR ADVENTURE *0 -*1 M REVOLT-FWOOLED 6HAN0AHAR! THUNDER IN THE EAST starring ALANLADD DEBORAH KERR CHARLES BUYER CORINNECALVET Also — NEWS • CARTOON Features— 5:50-7:50-9:50 COMING SOON! Robert Taylor Elizabeth Taylor in IVANHOE 112 OTTAWA AVE. DIAL 2-1641 Ne srRRCHIVE* EWSPAPE&i

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